There’s a meme going around about the seasons in North Carolina in which Spring makes several deceptive feints to warm temperatures. Then, following “The pollening” or “The yellowing” (depending which version you see) comes “Real” Spring.
Well, “Real Spring” is here. Not just in birds, but flowers and butterflies, too. (Bullfrogs and turtles too, but I don’t have any pictures of them…yet.)
The Eastern Kingbirds have shown up (cover photo, as well as shown in the gallery here), along with Great Crested Flycatchers. The Common Yellowthroats have come out of hiding, and birds all over are hatching their young.
Also seen around the pond, a Red-eyed Vireo (the pictures weren’t worth showing) and a White-eyed Vireo (too shy to be photographed).
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Awesome pictures! I love the bluebird!! Jo